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GCLS 500: Physiology
Lectures in human physiology. Emphasis is on an integrated approach to systems physiology. 
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GCLS 501: Biochemistry
Fundamental properties of biomacromolecules, the thermodynamics underlying basic biochemical processes and the properties of enzymes, including the kinetics of operation, and regulation, illustrated with important examples. 
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GCLS 502: Molecular Biology
Core molecular biology course covering basic principles of gene expression, genome replication and molecular interactions important to biological processes in prokaryotes and eukaryotes. 
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GCLS 503: Cell Biology
Advanced course on fundamental aspects of cell biology; basic concepts will be integrated with key examples which span gene, protein, cell, and tissue function. 
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GCLS 504: Research Methods I
Lectures, demonstrations, and discussions concerned with principles and practical aspects of modern quantitative biochemical, molecular biological, physiological and biophysical methodology such as separation techniques and studies of biomembranes. 
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GCLS 505: Research Methods II
Lectures, demonstrations, and discussions concerned with principles and practical aspects of modern quantitative biochemical, molecular biological, physiological and biophysical methodology such as bioimaging and biochemical analysis. 
Professors: Art, J; Ho, Y
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GCLS 506: GEMS Research Rotation
Research rotation course in which first year students from the GEMS program will undertake research projects in laboratories affiliated with this program. 
Professors: Hendrickson, W
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GCLS 510: Integrative Biology
Advanced level, intensive course addressing fundamental topics of developmental biology, immunology, and cancer biology, with concentration on thematic issues that integrate these subjects. 
Professors: Frasor, J; Raychaudhuri, P; Tyner, A; (more)
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GCLS 511: Molecular Genetics
Core molecular genetics course covering classical and molecular principles of microbial and Mendelian genetics. Systems covered include bacteria, bacteriophage, animal viruses, yeast, Drosophila, mouse, and human. 
Professors: Freitag, N; Katzen, A
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GCLS 515: Receptor Pharmacology and Cell Signaling
Advanced course on cell-surface and nuclear receptors and mechanisms of signaling through receptors. Provides an overview of receptor theory, hands-on data analysis and lectures and discussions on various signaling mechanisms. 
Professors: Kozasa, T; O'Bryan, J; Ye, R
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